201 near the confluence of the Krsna with the Malapaharl and destroyed him with his army. Having plundered the city of Vldyanagara, the three Padushahs returned with their troops to Bijapur; and Vidyanagara gradually fell into ruin. Sub- sequently the kingdom fell into a state of anarcby and the depredations of the palaigars resulted in the dispersion of the people in diiferent directions. The village thereupon fell into complete ruin. Kaijly&t a/SittJaySji : Z. R> 40, pp. 301-2. Koneti Rangaraja -was governing the fort of Grutti during Aliya Ramaraja's rule. The live Padushahs — Alii Ahdal Shah of Bijapur. Badar Nizam Shah, Kutub Shah, etc. — having united together marched upon the Narapati, the king of kings, and engaged him in a battle. As the forces of the Eaya vrere not strong enough, they cut off his head and overthrew the kingdom, t of Yayra-Timmarnftueruv* : £,. #. 39, p. 47- "While Aliya Ramaraja -was governing the kingdom, the live Muharamadiin Padnshalis — Kutubu Shah of Hyderabad, Alii Adal Shah of Bijapur, Sizam Shah Bahad! (Bhairy) of Ahmadnagar, Xizam Shah of Danlatabad * and linad-ui-Mulk of Birad-Btirhanpur — advanced -with, their armies, and having- rebelled against Aliya Ramaiuya defeated him in battle, *nd! cut oii his liead. They took possession of the kingdom. : L. R. 39, p. 232 Then, the Padushahs of Deccan, having joined together, slew Ramaraya, on account of religious hatred, and annexed the territories. t of SXxttrS&Zr : Z. J?. 99» p. 50^ * This is ctitiinly * mistake. Th* correct Ami* is B*xSd Shlb oC BfcUj.